Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC)
4 holes: umbilical (5-12cm), under the xiphoid (5cm), the midline of the clavicle under the right rib (5cm), under the rib of the right anterior line (5cm)
Laparoscopic Splenectomy (LS)
4 holes: under the xiphoid process (5cm), under the sternal line of the sternum (10-12cm), under the spleen of the midline of the clavicle (5cm), under the spleen of the left anterior line (12cm)
Laparoscopic Appendectomy (LA)
3 holes: umbilicus (5-12cm), Mai's point (5cm), anti-Mc's point (5cm)
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